New Beehive Fence is Actually Deterring Elephants

The Beehive fence, developed by British biologist, Dr. Lucy E. King, is proving to be an effective deterrent against elephants invading farms.

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Mount Kenya National Park Rebranded

Mount Kenya National Park became the 22nd National Park in Kenya to receive world-class status in an ongoing campaign by the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS).

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Embu Could Provide a New Route to Mount Kenya

The new route will go through Embu and Kianjokoma. An information centre at Irangi forest has been set up to help tourists find their way.

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The Rüppell’s Vulture Epitomises Perfection in Flying

The Rüppell’s Vulture named after 19th century German explorer, collector and zoologist, Eduard Rüppell, holds the record of world’s highest-flying bird.

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New Luxury Apartments Give Shanzu a Facelift

Pangoni Resort in Shanzu, with 50 fully furnished three-bedroom apartments that can comfortably accommodate 185 guests is the new new.

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Thika Has a Past History Lovers Will Cherish

Thika has a lot to offer lovers of history. Did you know, for instance, that the name Thika means ‘to bury’ in Maa language?

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How Diplomatic Numbers in Kenya Came About

Did you know that the diplomatic numbers, which are also used as part of vehicle registrations, for foreign embassies here in Kenya were assigned in the order that they recognised Kenya’s independence?

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Advisories or not, Lamu Still is a Hot Destination

Long before the ancient town of Lamu entered the bad books of travel advisories, it boasted the oldest and best-preserved Swahili settlement in East Africa.

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